Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Last WIP Wednesday of 2013!

This is my last WIP Wednesday for 2013, can you believe it? I sure can't! I'll still be blogging next week even though I'll be visiting family for the holiday, but my posts from now through the end of the year will be focusing on projects I've finished recently (and not-so-recently) which I am finally at liberty to share. Don't forget to follow my blog to keep up!

I am thrilled to report that the yarn I ordered to finish the Marin shawl arrived on Monday afternoon:
Oh, look at that - the yarn for my next shawl arrived too! I'm planning to make the Velocity Shawl from Interweave Crochet with those lovely skeins of Seraphim yarn from Bijou Basin Ranch which I purchased during their December sale (free shipping + everything's on sale!). I have no idea how to do Tunisian crochet, but I guess I'll be learning in the new year because I've become obsessed with the pattern and won't rest until I've made one!

At any rate, I promptly finished the Marin shawl on Monday night and gave it a nice bath in some Wrapture wool wash from Eucalan:
It is now blocking in my yarn room, so you can expect FO photos in an upcoming blog post for sure!

My only other shareable WIP is the handspun scarf I mentioned last week - as you can see, it has grown quite a bit since then!
Also, don't forget to check out this week's Stash2Go app review & giveaway - there are three chances to win a free download from iTunes. The Stash2Go app gives you easy access to Ravelry and is a paid app for iPhone and iPad users, so this is a fun little freebie for you or a friend!

Click here to read my review & enter the giveaway, too. 

Thanks for joining me this week! For more WIP Wednesday inspiration, visit the Tami's Amis Blog!

3 comments:

  1. Love that Seraphim you got, can't wait to see that project all knit up. I've been wanting to get my hands on some Hazel yarn as well.

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  2. Oh, that yarn looks so yummy! Can't wait to see how it knits up!

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  3. Oooooh, you have lovely taste in yarn! Looking forward to seeing your shawls. Nice handspun, too!

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